Dear blog, Recently I read the book ‘Paper Towns’ by John Green. I read and loved his famous book ‘The Fault in Our Stars’. My sister suggested that I read ‘Paper Towns’ last year and I just never got around to picking up. But just a little while ago my friend had the book and … Continue reading Letter Essay 8- Morgan Wheatley
Morgan Wheatley Period 8 Dear everyone, I have recently finished reading This is Where it Ends by Marieke Nijkamp an author from the Netherlands. ‘This is Where it Ends’ has become the #1 New York Times bestseller, after being published in January of 2016. This book is told from four different points of view Tomás, … Continue reading Letter Essay #7 -Morgan Wheatley
Morgan Wheatley Letter Essay #6: Recently I finished the book ‘Soul Surfer’ written by Bethany Hamilton. The first time I read this book was back in elementary school and I don’t remember much of it. A few weeks ago I found it in my sisters room and decided to read it again. The book was … Continue reading Soul Surfer- Letter Essay #6
Morgan Wheatley Mr. Jockers ILA Period 8 3/13/17 Speak A few days ago, I finished reading Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson. Laurie Halse Anderson received the Margaret A. Edwards Award from the American Library Association in 2009 for all of her contributions towards young literature. Speak is a 198 page realistic fiction novel. It also … Continue reading Letter Essay #5
This is my fifth(?) friday freewrite. I’m very bored and I wish I didn’t have to type this because it’s a lot of work and my hands get tired from typing. I don’t know if I have to write this in my notebook so I hope I don’t because then I’d have to copy it … Continue reading FFFW #5 -Morgan W.
Morgan Energetic, stubborn, cheerful, honest Daughter of Laura and David, sister of Hanna, Sean, Ryan, and Jack Lover of thunderstorms, life, and sleep Who feels thankful for family, my animals, and food Who finds happiness in mac n’ cheese, Sambuka, Simba, Blu, Luna, and no school Who needs peaches, excitement, and Ellie Who gives … Continue reading Bio Poem: Morgan